Friday, 16 March 2012

MIMI PAGE: Opens For Jefferson Starship

Eclectic Singer/Songwriter Mimi Page Opens For Jefferson Starship
Releases Debut CD 'Breathe Me In'

3/15/2012 – Los Angeles, CA - The LA music scene is buzzing about the debut CD by eclectic singer/songwriter/producer Mimi Page, whose unique style blends ethereal dreamy soundscapes with melodic, unique vocals and has been compared to the likes of Portishead, Enya and Fiona Apple. Her full length debut album 'Breathe Me In' featuring co-producer Warren Huart (The Fray, Aerosmith) was released on February 14th on Gonzo Multimedia’s new electronica label, Hunter Records, and is distributed in the US through Entertainment One. Described as “a potent mix of sultry down tempo numbers, emotional pop-tronica, uplifting piano pop and thought provoking ballads”, 'Breathe Me In' is a rich, well-rounded album. Mimi Page’s songs have been widely received by the electronic music community and have charted #1 on and #11 on iTunes for her single "This Fire." Both songs “New” and “Gravity” have charted Top 10 on radio stations Sirius/XM Chill Radio and Soma FM Lush and she has 8 additional songs in airplay on over 20 different stations worldwide.

In support of Mimi's new CD she will be performing several select engagements opening for the legendary classic rock band Jefferson Starship. Her song “New” grabbed the attention of Jefferson Starship's management who heard the song on Sirius/XM Chill Radio and invited her to open for the iconic band on several dates on their 40th Anniversary Tour. “It was surreal to me to be asked to open for them,” Mimi told Westside Today. “I mean, I'm just this girl who writes songs in her apartment who just happened to get on the radio and I get this call from Jefferson Starship's manager who tells me, 'I specifically played your music for them and they want you to open for them,' and I was just honored and thrilled and taken aback.” Jefferson Starship was so impressed with the LA songstress, band leader Paul Kanter was quoted saying, “I drink Mimi Page Kool-Aid.”

Mimi Page Tour Dates:
March 15th 2012 - Ridgefield Playhouse - Ridgefield, CT (Supporting Jefferson Starship, Nona Hendryx) - 7PM
March 16th 2012 - Havana New Hope - New Hope, PA (Headlining) - 7PM
March 17th 2012 - Havana New Hope - New Hope, PA (Supporting Jefferson Starship) - 7PM
March 18th 2012 - Bearsville Theatre - Woodstock, NY (Headlining) - 8PM
March 19th 2012 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY (Supporting Choir of Young Believers) - 8PM
March 20th 2012 - The Met - Pawtucket, RI (Co-Headlining) - 8PM
March 21st 2012 - Lucille’s at BB King’s - New York, NY (FREE SHOW - Headlining) - 8PM
March 23rd 2012 - The Paramount - Huntington, NY (Supporting Jefferson Starship, Nona Hendryx) - 8PM
April 13th 2012 - Coachella (Musician’s Institute Tent) - Indio, CA (TIME TBA)
April 14th 2012 - Coachella (Musician’s Institute Tent) - Indio, CA (TIME TBA)
April 15th 2012 - House Of Blues - San Diego, CA - 6PM (Radio Sophie 103.7 Live)

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